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Dec 31, 2012 3:05am EST
's josh mankowicz. >> action. it ranks second only to money as the single most important word in hollywood. and here in l.a. where life and art are often the same thing, there is a real life drama that rivals any action movie with a plot that includes all the elements of classic film noir. >> cut! >> a mystery featuring an assassin, a femme fatale, skpand an actor. let's start with joe peschi, with a name as famous as a cold-blooded killer. his ex-wife, a model and actress, appeared alongside peschi in the gangster film "casino." the supporting cast includes claudia's brother, manny, not an actor but an actual tough guy who did time in prison and who harbors a terrible secret in his past. and finally claudia's second husband, garrett warren, a hollywood stunt man and martial arts expert. a man very familiar with danger. fade in, early evening in the quiet town of westlake village, california outside of l.a. stuntman garrett warren heard a knock on his door and a voice on the other side asking about his new silver volvo parked in the driveway. garrett answered. then comes our first plot twi
Dec 30, 2012 10:00pm PST
it in action >> all right let's wrap this thing up let's do it. ♪ every time i make a run girl you turn around and cry ♪ ♪ i ask myself why oh, why ♪ see you misunderstand ♪ ♪ i can't work no 9:00 to 5:00 so isle be gone ♪ ♪ to november said i'll be gone to november ♪ ♪ gone to november ♪ tale my girl i'll be gone to november ♪ ♪ tell my baby i'll be gone to november ♪ ♪ january, february, march, april may ♪ ♪ i see you crying but i can't stay ♪ ♪ girl i be gone till november ♪ and give a kiss to my >> all this noise makes me wish i lived in a different country but alas i don't after the break, we have a tennis player who moved here and is happy for it. . >> when martina navratilova left check vox yeah, she was escaping the iron curtain, one of the first people to do so in professional sports. the devine ms. m has won 300 titles in your life, right was there ever a point in your career where you just expected the titles oh, title, this again. >> well in the '80s when i was dominated, anything but winning was failure. so i think i won so much that almost fo
Dec 24, 2012 3:05am EST
surprised by his actions. some of them, like j. k., thought hall might be a wannabe, a pretender who gets his kicks by confessing to crimes he didn't commit. >> is it possible he's obsessed with these cases but not involved? >> there's no doubt in my mind that he does follow these cases, that he does read and is attracted to cases all over the country. so the question does come, is he a wannabe? >> deputy sheriff miller and prosecutor beaumont, however, felt certain they had a real killer on their hands, a serial killer with a unique m.o. he would drive cross country to reenactments where he played fantasy soldier, then prey on young women and kill for real. >> the fbi started discovering girls that were, in fact, missing at these various areas at the time larry hall would have been there. >> but the only case for which prosecutors had sufficient evidence was jesse roach's. larry hall was arrested in connection with her death even though he denied making that confession to miller. hall went on trial in 1995. >> as a prosecutor, what's the best card you're holding? >> we had his statement,
Dec 28, 2012 9:00pm EST
. >> does reid get this much action? >> you know he doesn't. >> the sheriff said that from the get go he and fbi officials were suspicious about this case, questioning if there was a legitimate abduction, but they had no option, they say, but to proceed as if quinn really had been taken hostage. in the end, the recording osmanovic made gave them all of the proof they needed that this was not a kidnapping, but rather an elaborate hoax. the pair's real goal, the sheriff said, was to extort $50,000 from quinn's husband reid. >> we all smelled a rat. i mean, it wasn't right. there were many things that just didn't add up. it started with the ransom note. it was in quinn's handwriting and unusually long. secondly, investigators never needed to ask for proof of life during the abduction because the kidnappers regularly allowed quinn to talk on the phone and finally, was there quinn's shocking debriefing where she said she enjoyed having sex with the man she had described as her captor. >> and i acted like i enjoyed it and i'm not going lie, sometimes i almost did. ♪ ♪ >> osmanovic would la
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